- 1 Do I still pay maintenance if my ex-wife remarried?
- 2 Who is my ex husband’s ex-wife living with?
- 3 How to get an ex spouse to stop paying alimony?
- 4 What should I do if my ex wife keeps calling?
- 5 Can a partner share custody with his ex wife?
- 6 Why is my ex wife still paying my maintenance?
- 7 Can you reduce child maintenance if your ex wife has a new partner?
- 8 Can a wife Sue her new partner for maintenance?
- 9 Why do I have to pay my ex wife half my pension?
Do I still pay maintenance if my ex-wife remarried?
If you pay spousal maintenance to your ex-wife and you remarry, your new marriage will have no bearing on this and you will need to continue making spousal maintenance payments. However, if your ex-wife remarries then this would automatically terminate the Maintenance Order between you.
Who is my ex husband’s ex-wife living with?
We are both divorced and last year my son and I moved in with him. He has two younger children who we see every day and we have managed to make a happy family life together that is precious to all of us. His ex-wife lives close by with the man she had the affair with that ended her marriage with my partner.
How to get an ex spouse to stop paying alimony?
A new marriage will usually allow the payments to come to an end, so keep track of what your ex-spouse is up to when it comes to their relationships. Keep tabs on them via social media and through friends. Make sure you are aware of when these life changes occur so you can get those alimony payments to cease.
What should I do if my ex wife keeps calling?
Despite this, don’t let this problem become an obsession – try taking some control. Encourage – don’t command – your partner to regularly call his ex-wife at a mutually convenient time to resolve any problems concerning the children. Once this checking-in process has become routine, there should be no more unexpected calls or texts.
My partner also shares custody of his children with his ex-wife, but my policy is to stay firmly out of the arrangements they make, and to respect their need to talk. Parenting does not end with divorce and neither should the discusssions that go with it.
Why is my ex wife still paying my maintenance?
(Part 1) Your ex-wife has moved on and is now happily living with a new partner. They are in a stable, supportive relationship and he doesn’t seem short of cash. So why are you still paying her regular maintenance?
Can you reduce child maintenance if your ex wife has a new partner?
There are no grounds for reducing child maintenance on the basis that your ex-wife is living with a new partner. Your obligation to pay child maintenance continues regardless of your ex-wife’s circumstances.
Can a wife Sue her new partner for maintenance?
In many cases, as I have outlined above, there is insufficient capital to fund a clean break so maintenance payments are the only option. Also the wife has no claims against her new partner as they are unmarried and legally there is no cause for maintenance to end if the recipient is cohabiting.
Why do I have to pay my ex wife half my pension?
Lisa Pepper, partner at Osbornes Law, says she presumes that you and your ex-wife obtained a financial order from the court on your divorce, setting out that you would pay her half your occupational pension income. I am also presuming that was expressed as spousal maintenance, rather than a pension attachment order.